Weekly Review of Slovene Economy from October 25 through 31

Ljubljana, 1 November - Last week was marked in Slovenia by lively international activities. Slovene business people meet with counterparts from Saxony, Egypt, Sudan and China, while state secretary for economic relations met with U.S. assistant secretary of state for external relations. The government raised prices of cigarettes, granted aid to victims of the latest flooding, and passed two regulations on oil derivatives which, however, will not affect their prices. The government also took its position regarding road carriers, appointing a new negotiation team headed by Minister for Tourism and Small Business Janko Razgorsek. The team managed late Friday to convince carriers to cancel the strike announced for the next week.

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